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Naxos And Ripstyles Form A Nice Sounding Partnership March 3, 2010

Posted by David W. King in Digital Music, Digital Music News.
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Conversion of CDs, cassettes and LPs to digital formats just got easier, thanks to the newly-minted partnership between Ripstyles LLC (www.ripstyles.com), a media conversion company, and Naxos (www.naxos.com), the world’s leading classical music label.

Music-lovers who are looking for a hassle-free solution to digitize their personal music and media collections now have the option to save hundreds of hours by using the services at www.naxosrip.com.

With pristine album art and metadata, Ripstyles, a division of Grigorian Group, digitizes personal content by ripping and transferring digital files to a hard drive or media storage device. A variety of formats are offered that specifically cater to the discerning needs of the classical music listener.

Customers can also choose to augment their collections by selecting from a variety of music packages offered by Naxos. Jonathan Kressaty, CEO of Ripstyles, states, “Along with conversion services, we are thrilled to introduce listeners to exclusive hand picked Naxos music collections. Pre-loaded for customers and offered in both digital and physical formats, these collections can be delivered on hard drives, music servers, and MP3 players.”

As long-time music collectors with large collections look for simple options to bring their content into the digital age, this service provides a solution. Jim Selby, Naxos CEO, commented, “Naxos of America is delighted to work with Ripstyles, and we believe the Naxos Media Conversion and Music Collections store is a valued natural extension of our company’s aggressive push into the digital media arena.”

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